Photographer Larry Melious’ exhibit Bones will be on display in the ArtSpring lobby during the month of September. The work in this exhibit, is a sampling of Larry’s photography career and it shares the bones of his vision.
When describing his photography, Larry says, “Winter provides the best light; I love winter for that. The softness and scarcity make it a visual treat for the careful eye. And it reveals the bones. The bones wait quietly for the low light and quiet time of winter.”
It is that shadow detail that attracts Larry’s eye. Having spent the first 20 years of his photographic life working in black and white, the ghost of Ansel Adams and the Zone system showed him the true power of an image. Those years of processing and printing went well beyond the darkroom and seeped into his every waking moment. Almost becoming a camera himself, Larry is still guided by that vision as he now traverses the land of digital colour.
*Please note the lobby exhibits are open weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on weekends and evenings that performances occur.